F*** IT MAN!!! Franki Pineapple’s Middle Finger To The System.

A novelist, journalist, screenwriter, poet and singer-songwriter, now Franki Pineapple can add corporation revolutionary to her accolades, which is a heavily present motif in her new single ‘F*** It Man’.

Labelled an anti-establishment anthem, upon listening to the song it seems like Ms Pineapple is trying to find herself not only as an artist but as a person.

The slow building but edgy undertones keeps fans on edge, constantly waiting for a burst of energy and fire to rock out too. Combining Punk rage and the iconic EDM sound wraps the track up into rebellious perfection.

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However, her biggest win to date comes from battling Apple Inc over her name.

“Apple brought a compromise settlement to the table which I felt deep in my soul would limit me in ways I simply could not sign on for. I had done nothing wrong; I had infringed on Apple in no way; all I had done was put my heart and soul into the creation of something cool which represented peaceful rebellion; I knew I could not back down and so I decided to fight.”

Franki Pineapple.

Despite facing an impossible fight, and the age old narrative of big corporations stepping on small artists, Franki had prevailed. Her victory further reinforces her image and persona of taking it to the world and telling them to stick it where the sun doesn’t shine.

Although quite early in her music career, she serves to be a great inspiration to the masses and has great potential.

For more things Frankie, be sure to follow her social media channels below:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frankipineapplemusic

Twitter: https://twitter.com/FrankiPineapple 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/frankipineapple/

Website: www.frankipineapple.com

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/frankipineapple

Spotify (and Apple!): https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/frankipineapple/fuck-it-man

Youtube: https://youtube.com/channel/UC9qAmmnV9yrsLR-dvE9Km6Q

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